An Aga Khan Award for Islamic Architectural Design.

The 200 room, five star resort planned around garden courts and fountains, constructed entirely of local materials.

The predominantly two-storey, garden oriented structure is intended to be a contemporary expression of traditional Mughal architecture. As was the characteristic of Mughal Design, landscaping and water form an integral part of the the design.

The basic structure for the hotel rooms is brick bearing walls supporting concrete slabs. the central block of public spaces is a concrete frame structure with brick infill.

Paving material is white marble in the public areas, slate and red sandstone in gardens and carpeting in the hotel rooms.

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